Mooney Friday 25 October 2013

Hornøya's Seabird Colony

From June 10th to July 12th, you can follow a live show from a bird cliff on an island called Hornøya, in the distant north-east of Norway.  About 100,000 sea birds are nesting in the steep mountainside at Hornøya, near Vardø in Finnmark.

 

 

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Sparrowhawk Attack

One of our listeners Clare Roebuck emailed into Mooney@rte.ie with an interesting picture of a Sparrowhawk. Clare spotted the Sparrowhawk in her front garden yesterday (Thursday). The initial attack on the pigeon began around 11am and the Sparrowhawk returned around 4pm to finish his snack. Clare & her son were very keen to send the picture into us, and thank you Clare & Eoin. Super picture, we love this stuff in the office.

Watch out for Ash Dieback

The department of Agriculture, food & the marine have issued a new flyer on Ash Dieback and how you can spot it. Click here for the document that Derek & the panel mentioned earlier today.

 

Mooney Goes Wild

They might get bad press, but Ireland's native species of bat are not only protected, they add huge value to the economy. Find out why you should actually love these fabulous flying mammals.

The ASH is the tree of choice for Ireland's hurley makers, but warning flags are up, as ASH dieback disease is found in native Irish trees.

We explore the phenomenon of nature deficit disorder, our continued removal from nature, wildlife and the wider environment.

 

Day out in Donegal

Photographer Ronan Harding Downes was out with Katriona this week in Donegal have a look at his pictures he took.   

 

 

Mooney Tunes

On 16th of December Mooney Tunes will take place once again in the Bord Gais Energy Theathre - tickets will go on sale on the 4th of November, stayed tuned to The Mooney Show for more information.

http://bordgaisenergytheatre.ie/

How many do you know?

Terry went out to see how many people could identify native Irish animals, have a look at the pictures below and see how you do?

 

 

 

 

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